Internet Consolidation and the need for diversity

Guest: Paul Vixie We know you will agree that the Internet has changed quite a bit from its early days,  and no we aren’t just talking about innovation and new services.  We are talking about the consolidation of everything from

A Zen Approach to Making AI Work for All of Us

Guest: Dr. Colin Shunryu Garvey Stephen Hawking’s final message in posthumously published book called Brief Answers To The Big Questions, was this: If robots don’t get us, climate change will. Some big companies such as Amazon and Google are calling for the democratization of AI, not just to

Artificial Intelligence and Sentient bots

Our guest is professor, author, researcher and psychologist Dr. Robert Epstein. Dr. Epstein is the co-founder of The Loebner Prize . In this episode we examine the cognitive and psychological aspects of our interaction with bots today. How do they fool us into thinking they are human

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humans

A Conversation with Lee Rainie of Pew Research Some of the world’s most visible tech leaders are divided on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its purported benefits and risks. For example, Mark Zuckerberg is a vocal advocate whereas Elon Musk believes with advances in AI we

The 411 on Contact Tracing Apps

Guest: Patrick Howell O’Neill In the midst of the COVID19 pandemic, identifying and isolating potentially exposed or infected individuals is a vital  strategy of slowing down and preventing the spread of the disease.  Governments, private enterprises and public health administrations

COVID19 Contact tracing apps, a fair bargain for public health?

Guest: Konstantinos Komaitis It is hard to think of COVID19 and technology, and not think of contact tracing apps.  They have garnered not just attention and hope as a tool in the process to manage the epidemic, but also angst

Eve Maler

Our guest is Eve Maler, CTO at ForgeRock and one of the pioneers in the field of digital identity.  In this podcast we explore what digital identity is, who can have it, and how it is evolving.   We talk about how advances in technology

Suzanne Woolf

Security & Privacy Arc Our guest is a long time colleague and friend, Suzanne Wolf. Suzanne is currently the Senior Director of Technical Community Engagement at Public Interest Registry  but this title does not describe her long and storied career and contribution to

Marc Rotenberg

Security & Privacy Arc In this podcast we explore privacy and what it means in today’s information economy.  Our guest is Marc Rotenberg, President and Executive Director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center or EPIC in Washington DC. Epic is an independent public

Overview: Security & Privacy

This is the first podcast in a series, or arc, dealing in questions of the technology & consequences in the realm of Security and Privacy. Hosts Alexa Raad and Leslie Daigle review and provide insights into the upcoming episodes. In